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Capital XTRA In The Morning With Jez Welham 6am - 10am
28 June 2014, 08:26 | Updated: 29 March 2017, 11:48
This week's been huge for new music, with the first single from Jhené Aiko's new album 'Souled Out' arriving, a smooth new The Weeknd track, plus a big new one from Duke Dumont. Check them all out.
(Warning: Some of these songs contain strong language that some people may find offensive.)
In the space of 18 months, Duke Dumont has become one of the hottest producers on the planet and now he's back with new song 'Won't Look Back'. The track is released on 24th August and by then you'll probably be calling it your summer anthem.
It's never a sad day when The Weeknd drops something new - this week it was new song titled 'Often.' The slow jam hears the Toronto born rapper sing about his experiences in the bedroom as he explains: "Ask me if I do this every day, I say often."
A new Usher track, which will presumably feature on his forthcoming eighth studio album, dropped this week. Featuring Juicy J, 'I Don't Mind' hears Usher tells his girl that he doesn't mind what she gets up to. Give it a listen.
Jhené Aiko's been talking about her forthcoming full-length debut album 'Souled Out' for a while now, so fans will be pleased she has finally dropped the first offering from it. 'To Love And To Die' has a classic laid-back Jhené sound as she sings; "Cause where i'm from we live for the love, die for the love."
Capital XTRA DJ's Matrix And Futurebound have debuted a huge remix to Eric Prydz's 'Liberate,' the original of which dropped earlier this year. Hit play and feel the summer vibes.